A Practical Approach to SysML 1.3 Modelling using Enterprise Architect version 11
Blocks, ports and their Connections – A Practical Approach to SysML 1.3 Modelling using Enterprise Architect version 11
By Phil Chudley
One of the challenges in using SysML 1.3 is designing the structure of a complex system, this presentation uses a real-life example (of reasonable complexity) to illustrate how I tackled the system design of a large number of inter connecting components.
I will present the methodology used, which is repeatable, scaleable and can be applied to other similar system engineering designs.
Emphasis will be placed on planning and re-usability and the pit falls of “over modelling”. The presentation will be supplemented by a walk-through of the Systems Design using Enterprise Architect version 11.1 and SysML 1.3
In addition, I will highlight the “the good, the bad and the ugly” when using SysML 1.3 and Enterprise Architect for large systems designs concentrating on the use of Blocks, Ports, Interface Blocks and Parts.
The design is visualised using a series of Block Definition and Internal Block Diagrams and will highlight the advantage of an abstraction methodology to control design complexity.
As the diagrams are quite large, I will make available printed versions of the diagram for inspection by the delegates.
You will be able to catch Phil’s full presentation at the EAUG event in Munich this October.
For full details on the event and tick purchase, please visit the EAUG website.